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The story is about three young boys, Leche, Javi and Seba, of Montevideo trying to survive to the Sunday. They have lots of problems involving studies, girls, and the only thing that they do is drink, sleep or find strange people like a crazy delivery boy, a retarded, a drug addict and a philosophical video renter. Written by
Juan Belo <email@example.com>
I am not an "art" movie buff, but this one is a gem. Excellent, almost documentary portrait of urban life for three young boys in ¿modern? Montevideo. The story is simple, the atmosphere is everything. This is sort of a 25 watt version of "Trainspotting", which is *exactly* the intention, if you know what I mean.
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